1. Chip Bennett

    *cough* Feature Plugin *cough*

    Seriously: get it Plugin-ready, and then propose it as a core addition as a Feature Plugin. Getting dependency management baked directly into core would be such a huge win.


  2. griffinjt

    I just want to give a shout to both Gary and Juliette for all of their hard work on the library in my absence of being able to actively contribute. They have done an incredible job and will continue to make TGMPA even more reliable and functional for dependency management in WordPress.

    Thanks to you both!


  3. Devin

    TGM is used in at least 5.8% of the theme on WordPress.org: http://wptheming.com/2015/04/theme-repository-data/


    • Gary Jones

      That’s a useful figure to know, thanks for checking! I wonder if you looked again in 6 months, if we’d have gone up by any significant amount. TGMPA hasn’t really changed since March 2014, so it’s been dormant. I’d love to see the 2.50 release reach 7%, and the 3.0.0 release reach 10% of WPORG themes.
      Then there’s WPORG plugins, GitHub-only themes and plugins, Theme Forest, Code Canyon etc. :-)


  4. cdils

    Awesome improvements!


  5. Craig Simpson

    Some excellent improvements outlined, and I think it’s definitely something which should be integrated with core.


  6. Benjamin Intal

    Definitely one of the goals should be to make this into a feature plugin. How about aiming for WP 4.3 or 4.4 inclusion? :)


  7. Gary Jones

    Just in case you hadn’t seen, TGMPA 2.5.0 is now released: https://github.com/TGMPA/TGM-Plugin-Activation/releases/tag/2.5.0


  8. Ryan R. Bayne

    Most of it works just fine but for some reason random plugins are being involved in the download phase when using bulk option on table. Ticket submitted on GitHub.

    However I would still like to see this in the core and would like the core to store a history of plugin activation/deactivation. Using this type of class we could rollback or bulk re-install easily during troubleshooting.


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